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iiu.xot.vir. At at rn ij
ml!h'Bilini the antral of nor rsjalsr through
,tlr'frtnrt an rranrteathlstk Ihm bas been
fry Utile Mlaailnn In business circlet, dar rr)r
htm tk raet or ibr hit i:m rr iiinr pttkets. ami
establishment of th, direct steamer Kan
X ttapottaai Orwtlt ""air nlll br bld by Mr . I'
Atk, by Witfr of HarkfrlJ A t'o. at their store, oti
Wsttay. Thursday lad Iildaj of nril week, tow
pd4C Trj largs or1mtgt of staple coeds received
fit k.tt arrival, for parHrnluro of blh see auction
la (alpplti nailers aolkt the 1 ( Murray hat
Wrt b iortlbt. and will fit n t4tj with Mir
ft. 11 1 Tk, KaVanl May has I tmidlrd Mprrll
tarj bjr t iblp wrlchts In uer repairs, and will r-eon
brtsalaf tbelt hsndt nr-oethr orr for her visit i.f
tjf , SmlMdU. "nlch .hows Ibr state of that market
. . "' I'ruM-tw. JbIt at l!J.
the itepanarv of the Mum basinets has o
tlMIiimi that fhtmrr.) tr.do It considered ilall, to
MM So Ik I ihlofUi taare la the lethsrslr Mill"
TlUftrjM qum potltlosj 10 And oqrielt s m with
aMadagt harmf promlird vet the fti Is so rotor
MIM tkt prettier from -he Islands share In the
BUOAK Tfct mark" rates are ill to be nonltml
trttt Klla rerortad In the Manila bili rhleb may
affect Urli market wanh notxlthstandln;: lis allcfrit
feawtrW braitri I.. after all goternnf by the tup
ly d demand In Ih- viorW iini marts boms of
at tlrtn paper arr roatldrrably nerd'ed otrr ihr
arrival of d!ii n(tr carrees from Ihr Islands br way
tCaMllrn Ibniifh I ilo Dot know that anr allnilon
bar bom toa.lr t . ihr -Iradr hlf menu that hr bftn
Mlar fornt bj rail which forthr fix rsontho latl
CWHd ha rrarhrd to otrr tS,H",m Ibi Thrr Karl
mi aopar Boplr .rrm to br a hartl lot to plrarr hrn
mrivi- all tour ptc4nct thrr crlnl for a iharr lrt
ib Rrfliirrlr. hrrr rtapln; all the brnrllt oftioilnilrj
ibr r MB thottld br maklrjf more raonrr than thrr now
that an fpponanltj li hon them that 'tw York can
b farotrd bt dlrrrt hlpmrm.thrrrrrontat the Inlnrj
Ike Tttaljr It unrklBC theia.aml lie Injuitlte to the
SMkrn planttni; ami the Netthrrn rttbllhetl rr
UOUV'8B.-1onr nppllri fall to Mtltfr lair id
WU. The lot ei Forrl tjueen tl bbla rhuifnl
btailt at x fair fljarc and Is now held at WmjMHe
11ICK-Tbl article hat rrcclrrd another decline,
lata Mir bring reported m fl thooeh Com'l patiert
tUH tr It at MtttMtr Etcn at thl low llrnrr
"? 'n',,:t, ororrrland thlpmentf recelTe conflder-
Ctjh'KE Nuthla.- of thli article ha been ent to
tbU market now for omr time and from Its condition
It la pork. p- well, for It Is etident that serlont lo a
woM h born entailed Th Ion; atapiatlon of the
ntarktt, not only here bat tltanherv. Incline one to
Uo bellrf that we harr arrltnl at a ptrlod of orcr pto
"AVSR: " i!"" rteeen wtllherrafler t-otcrn.
HlUEt- Jnotable at "Sftlle per lb. according to
allt, foraaltrd. nhlledrjr are held at !9JI?Uc: Uoat
ln iuei0 rtch a to lte and condition herp
M apfrlonil reported
WOOL Their la little dolns. and prlcea do not
pramlae wore fatoralilc retrtrna to dealers, exceptlnc
tef (Jtotte Nwthetn. the pat few daj . onotable at a3,
ftc."b Vonthrrn rales at 11816c exeeptlnc for reir
Thj follow Inc Tabl. of Kiporli for Jul j was crowded
sat Ian week It howa a alight falling on orrr the
aame aowlh of li.t jr.r of '.T9J.5I. and aaln for the
tar, to far JMI tw.l
TBtr r KxronT alii rn TottT or Uo-itiLtU'
ron thi JIoniii or Jrt.
i Deti'n. ial
I'or. , Val. l)oin.
Inly 3, Zealandia
IS. II W Alms
IS, D)Korer .
J). Amelia. ,
. !?an 1'ranJ
Han Kran.;. ..
. an riau.l...
. ban Fran.1
. PtTown'd ...
Mn rran. .
t Atn bktn'' J A ralklnbnrr; 1'urbes. from ! V
Am tein Hera, BibhlJrc. from ewcattle
rMSItalandla, Webber, from b I
btm Luellke from IIIK
Scb Marlon from Kaaal
-Scb Jeanle from Kanal
Sch Cateilca from Kauai
. sell Kalana from "Yalilns
Sch Mary K Poller from Iloniupo
Sch I'tnaht from Tana
3 -II I M 5 C Colombo. Labrano, fm Acapulco
i htm Walmaoalo from Walmanalo
II Sim Iwalaol from Hawaii and Maul
Sim Lchna from Manl and Motok.il
li I'm C It Illshop from Kanal
AM- Sch llalrikala for repeckro
fen Malolo for llakalaa
5 TJISS Zealandla. Webber, for ridniy
tfla KUanea Hon for Kabulal
Stta Lchns. for Molokal and Maui
Sim Jtokoltl for Koolati
Mm : II Cl.hori for Kanai
Scb Earn for Walanac and Walalua
'J- sun Jat Maker. McDonald, for r
n bctne W 11 Jleyer, Howe, for v 1
Sch Kalana for Walalaa
Sch Marlon for Knknlhaelr
ch Prlnco for Kauai
beh Jrnnlc for Kanal
4eh Kaulkeaoull for Ilonok.a
Venaola in Port.
II n M b bappho, Clark
11 I'M S Crlitoforo Colombo, Labrano
Am bktnc J A Kllkluburr, Forbe
Am tern Hera, Uabbldse
Am bk II C ilaitar, Jcnkt
Am bktne Kill. Uronu
An bkKL I'ctttn jlll. rtttln-,-111
Am bctsa Coniuelio, llouiyd
Ocr bk i'aradoi, Uondorr
Karr bctne s'lnlto.
An bk EdwinlMay, Johnson
Oct bk Adolph, Kopclmann
Am bk Calbarlen, llabbard
Ilaw bk Kale, Rothfct, Ilremeu, due Sepl 1-5, It
liackfcld A Co. Aeentt.
Ocrbk Joaefa. Horltraaun. Cardiff, due Anr -10 Hack.
f eld Co. Arenls
Dtlt hfc Uberon, llancy, Llieipool, due AuiTietSIO,
T H UaTlca A: Co, Ai;enti
Am bk: Martha Darli, Uenaon, lloilou. dne rpt 11-
W. O DrtucrACo. Acenta.
Brit lb ll-llkh Kmbatiador, Ilasis, New Cattle, NU
Xle bk Rcmljlo. Unwca, Newcittlc, N S W, due
lltllbkUlencaber, Kichardi, Llterpool, dne hrptSMO
Haw bk lolanl, GaneU, Uremen, due Oct 1-5, II. liack
fcld & Co, Airraia.
Drtt tmr Atijer Head, ICoper, ."-an Francisco, due
II. Ilacklcld A Co, Arenta.
lion bkCblclaro.Onbno, New Caatlc, "S n. W due
II. llackfeld Jt Co, Acenta
Am bk Emerald, Lotd, Fori Gainblr, due Aaeiy-u. II
liackfcld ,t Co, Acentt
Xor bk Imacor, Xelltcn, New York, du Oct 1J-M
Castle X Cooke. A;cnt
tltll a a Hanta. baandert. St Mlcbaili, due Auc SI
V 31 M b Anstralla, Tullob. bjdney, dne Augntt Wth
liackfcld A; to. Asenta
FMbSCltrof brdney Seabnry.ban Fran.dae bepts.
IlaUifeld A. Co, Acenti
Ata bktne Monitor, Knacke, Humboldt, foi Mabukona.
doe. II It It Co. A;Bt
(ler bkl'elbo. Houfkouj, loadm: Jane IS.
UiH H SUM. thxld. ban Francisco, dne Auj 17, W 11
Irwin A Co, Afcnla
An bk Camden, t.ait.r. Fori Oimble, for Mabukona.
dae BE--3, II It It Co, Aecnts
Aa ttiB Mary Dodic 1'juI. Hnmboldl, dne Auc Ji-V.
Wilder A Co. Acenta
Am Mh ltourlo, bwlfi, ban Vranclico, due An; la-'.V,
Irwin A Co Acenta
Am bktne Eareka, I'enhallow ban Fiancltco, dut Auc
. liackfcld A Co, Acenta
Bill bk Ullvtk. hwklo.lt. iki, Urciiool, to tall about
AugVO, T II Daict A Co. A;rnta
Kepotl of It M b Zealandla. 11 Webber CommaDdrr,
from baa i'rancltco- Julr .1Mb 5.1'J mdttcbarcoil
(40 FrtMClteo I'lloti Aug lib. 1U:15 a m took on board
HenBtrilu Ftlot. Kipetlencrd Hoc weather throusboqt.
Sao Fraurlteo ArrlTcd lo July tu. Am ach Itotarlo
Kwift. II d)t from Kabnlnl M. Am bctne Haiard
Miller, :i itaya frum Kihnlnl; as. Am bk Fore 1 1 Onsen
Wladlor, bnc Janf-1, , Brttbb Triumph, Could
htoca July 11. llrttlk Lady Laupton, Martton
hence Jant au. 2, Utr bk bulla, borumera.bCBCt Jane,
Foil Utuibtr-Artived July 11, Au bk Camden, Ual
itr, htace Junea
Tort Madlaso-AtttTtd July II. Am bk llcaerc, Mclu
Ijta, biBC June
Honjkonf AtniKl Jim- ., Am bk I'uiueal Abbey
Goctt, hoce May IS.
1" PASSEWQEks '
Frtm Kaaal, per (. 11 Bltboo, Autf s-llonA F Judd.
HLbhtldM tWII Drown. WO smith. Ml it ltowtll.fl
II Late, Mr Fhthipa and wilt Mr Irvine. Mr Colt man
riom Windward Fortt, per Ltktllke, Anj C-C Roh
rtt J Karaasoba, t Aaeo. J It Cook, A U Urowp.Aknl.
o Ycasc. Ulia ForUi. Mlit Lee lol. Mrs Asia. Vr
iaiS(M. lri W II CaBBjInjrt and 5 children
Fram baa FiatcirfO, per Zralandla, Aej th- Mr
Laalitoa A Vmd; Jat Ultckie. II Altxander, Iter Geo
wYrttte, wife and 3 chlUrcn, Mlaa Wllliarai, Mrs A
Hubert. Mim Htrbert II shttr. A II Cbapln. J O
mcktr, J MeKintlr J Ertnt Mr HeUward. I' Uhr
MibetUfB, MrMrKtnj.t and wife. John Allen. Ht
Wrt;k inJwtfe, Loeli DolUiela. Yda hllva. Mlia II
Jaha. Mr Molu and wife. Cbat F.vnlq, Tbaador bb
nllcltla. Manaal Ilatio. Maaaal Costa. Jotc Anlcjilo. A
1 CTsandtz, F tailrlc I swt.oty, it Futro Win Smith
J W iUrttraa II bmltb. Chinamen lu transit for
ZuUtd u, foe bydaey TV
Frr a Iraaclico pel W II Mcitr Au; tK t
hwnnj, A Vriaatc M li torrta. V A Donocan. W
ro7Auilf.iaiB4 Nw Zealand per Ztalaadla, An:
5 M Uaildtao A U Urowa. II A hlrby M U .Mbtujb,
T JtcCltlUa and a.fe U Wheelit
r o'f Sin Fiaacixo. per Jauct Maker Asc V Mra
San. Mlaa lUa.ey. Mlit Wall. T V Kaantdy
NEWTON- bNIFFEN-At the Eatt Maul ra,alc
strait,.!, July Wtb. lI. by lot Ittr Jat. M. Alcv
0i, ka. Hit tit. rnrrox, ol Ukalaa. ta Mils Uir
U irrt), ot MtkamJ, Maul
WIlHELM-PAVLO-ln this city. Aar.it UU. by
Kr. 11. II, Fantr, Mr. tactuck Viuns to Mitt
ti, -.itr ajrunry Ban Kron. I10.W 3j,bC-J 10
Total for July j t;.f.i(; iw.vos.W
for Jane VSWW 1.063.4M M
forJIay. . i..;;5.W m.rJ
Joe April. T.7J-JJ0 :S0,Wi OS
for March lait'jl r'?!
'''"""fc J tor Phrnr, 1C1 "m , o .,
-srorJannaiy LOT 75 WI.S fcS
1 roTa'i siin 'v K- lJlT,sn. tUM,713 3
Sir Wm A t onltrr thr Marine Artist t'tninrd fnun
Hawaii yrstenlay er IwsltrC
The Orr bk Adolph Is at Ihr- fool of a t Mkrllke
dock discharging coal after which the will load tntar
for Man Fiancltco
The Am br tnr Contarln ht dlsrhantnl htr down rai.
CO and haulrrl ottt In th' stream
Tlie Ucoanlr 8 8lo ilramahlp bnra. will be dnf
from San I rattclsco nrat Thnraday motnlnc-
Mr A F t xikr s nrw arhrmtirr built at Walalaa, has
beta tiamrd tho Mol Krlkl," and will tail for a cruise
tnChrtstmf l.lanil nrit w.fkln rommand of Captain
The iw .chnouir t w Urlns ballt by Ml Dower for
Mr A tooke, will br (Inlthrd In about two weeks
bhe Is IntrndrO for Ihr Walalna Iradr and will be
namrd thi Ka Khnkal.
Frars hate tor aomr tlmr jsaai bren etitrrtalneil for
the safety of Ihr tttam whaler I.ntretla, which left New
llrdford Hrcembrr II, M, for Ihr Norlli Faclllc, and
to touch al Honolulu A cable tltfpatch lias been rr
celTcri at Nrw llrdford, Wth lnt announcing hrr safe
anhal al Albany, Nrw Holland The theory li that as
the vettei was known to be Terr fonl shr was nnablr to
tet around Cape Horn and t'aplatn Mrllen squared
away for 'nmr raslern port anil reached Albany
aborr tn sufru "h' nil) lrar therf nrit Norrmber
II I 'I . t rlstofoni Colombo, Captain labrano, ar
rlret last Tuesday fiotn Aeapnlro bhr will loiruln
here a few days ami then proceed to Yokohama For
Hit of officer, rtc srr anothrr eolnmn
TkaSS Canlon, rxprctrd from San l'muclsro lias
Th- achr Knlamana
at orrnnn s whatf rrpalrlnii.
The Am bklnr t.lla lia dlaehartreil hrr down Carc,
and Is now Ivlnc off the end of Sorrnsow's wharf,
Thr Am bk Edward Slay has brcn Ihiuoajjlily rr
paltnl by Mr Geo Emms, and It now taklna; In ballaal.
She will procrnd to Honckonc lu a few days
The Am bktnv .1 A Falklnburc, arrUrd last butiday
from Han Iranclsco. a Mahnkona. (to which port she
made thr patsairr Li lli dari), where alio dlrliarcrl
part of her carco shr has ifockrtl at the old Custom
Tlir Am bk lit Murray. Is at llrewer A Co a wharf
loadlnc for ban Franrlsro, for whir li port she will all
The Am bk E I l'cttliiglll Is at the Esplanido op.
posltr the Cnttom House lUschsrclnc coal Hhr sain
for San Franelico next week In ballast
The Orr bk Taradox, la al tho Eiplanndc loading aug
ar for !?an Francl-'o for whlrh port she will tall some
day nrit week
The Am tern Hera is at the Esplaujdi dlsrharfl.vr
a carco of coal from New Castle N W
The Ambkt'albarlcn Is at Allen A lloblumu -wharf
bhesallt for San Francisco todiy
From Newcastle per Ilrra
bcliaefcr ,t Co.
An; T 510 tons coil to
1 roni ban tranclico pet Ztnlanilla. An; 7-llolllMcr
A Co. Gca drugs. II cs tobacco; Ehlera A Co, 5 c fhlrt
acsdrycoods; A W Itlchardson. 3 ca mdo, liackfcld
A. Co. oca croc, 3cs pnmps;ll Ma A Co, St pkns
croc, rtollrs A Co en rkes croc. Hart Uro, tl pkes
croc Haw Doll Telephone Co, 5cks wltc; E O Hall A
son.ilpkct leather, J M Lawlor, 2 cs pictures; II J
Let y, 3pkc clolUln; C II Jndd.'.'i pkca pas llxturta;
uavlrs A Co, 3 iron plates, A Herbert, 131 sks potatoes;
liackfcld A Co, I es platrdwarc; Castle Cooke. S cs
drucs; Haw Iron Works," cs machinery: I, ( Srcso
rich Co, 1W tikes croc and ptor; A W itlchardson A
Co, . pkcu M Mclncrn). t c fnrnlfhlnz roods, J tl
Tucker, 13 ca cotton, Urdej, II cs coiton 1G cs mdso
andSTSpkc to Chinese firms, and pkc for sundry
From ban Franclrco, per .1 A Falkculmn: Auc I
Castle ,t Cooke, Wm brick, 2 cs drucs; Wilder Jt Co,
kjs nails, fipkes doore and blinds, vt, cs ammonia,
lcsnallt a Wells. 2 cs cottons; O West. S7 pkes car
rlacc material; C F Wolf. Co bis hay.tXJ rks Tiran, ICO
ska oats and corn, 1 bbl oat meal, SO sks potatoes.;
Lcwrra A Cooke, 33 tikis doors and blind. 3 bx seeds:
II May A Co. 211 pkes croc, JW ska barley, 6y) sks
cour, lWsks oats, S3 sk wheat, ICO sks potatoc. S3
tkj beans, -.'0 cs onion. 191 pket bread
For Anstralla and New Zealand, per Zealandla, Auz
7 3 hores 7 pkgs snear cane lloni Value. J510
For ban Francisco, per W II Mecr Ati S-1,120 nils
molasses, 1W bnchs bananas. bi. lbs tier 3iy,lij lbs
snear Dom Value JW.b91.10
For ban Francisco, per James Makcc Aus J- Jtbuch
bananas. ? Iit mot. wn iii ll, nnr nnn. -ai..-
111,133.1 ; " "v '",uv
At Hllo, Hawaii, Anc 1st, to the wife of II Deacou, a
son, and a crand-son to Dr and Mrs C II, Wctmorc
MERCHANT At Hamakuapoko. Maul. Aucnt Sod,
IS".:, by drowntnc l tho bc whllo bathlnc, Mn E
WtLarn MincUANT. accd 2t ycaia and 3 months.
The drcrased had won thr affection and icspect of n
Utzt circle of friends by Iil conerons and obllclii?
manners, and bis kind and dutiful treatment of hit
widowed mother His sudden and distressing death Is
creatly mourned by the whole community.
ROnSON -In San Francisco, JnlySl. Thomi'j Hon
son, a native of New York, accd 30 j cars.
THE oATDHDAY I'll US.
rabllslied for tho S iTxnrwT I'ntsH Assocutk. by
ItOBERT ORIKVE A CO..
Hook, Job and General rrinters
Honolulu, II I
Notices of anj events of interest transplrluc on the
other Islands uillalwajs be thankfully rccched for
publication Correspondenta arc requested to append
their true names toallcommnnlcatlon. not for publi
cation necessarily, but as, a Ruarantcc that the WTlUr
1 acting In good faith
AUGUST 12, 1662.
UNDERSTANDING ONE ANOTHER.
Years ago, u lion foreigners first had deal
ings with tho Hawaiians, it was needful to
try and look at matters of business or opinion,
as tho Hawaiians were accustomed to look at
them. According to Hawaiian customs it was
improper to refuso any request. If a Ha
waiian wanted anything, ho asked for it, and
oxpectcd it to bo given him. A forcignor, not
acquainted with Hawaiian usages, would
violate unwittingly Hawaiian notions of pro
priety by walking or sitting on that part of
tho mats whuro the head would bo put when
any ono lay down. A Hawaiian, engaged to
work for tho forciguer, would quit tho job
without giviug warning or reason, much to
tho foreigner's surprise, but quito in accord
ance with tho notions of propriety of u peoplo,
who nover liko to mako trouble, or bao a
"abecne, "as wo familiarly call tho " tiffs "
which will happen occasionally in tho best
regulated household or firm. Hut now it is
only fair that the Hawaiian should try to look
at thiugu as foreigners aru accustomed tu look
at them. Especially is this very dcsirablo
now that tho Hawaiian nation has set up
house-keeping for itself, and ought to desiro
tho good-willof the circlo of nations among
whom she has como to stay. Ono of tho things
tho Hawaiian nation ought to avoid is what
foreigners call "putting on airs." Hnwaii nei
is a modest liUlo eight-roomed cottago. Why
spcud extravagant sums in fitting up the spare
room, as if tho gorgeous display of a San
Francisco Grand I'alaco Hotel wcro tho be
coming stylo font gentleman of tnodist income
liko Kalakaua. That " Monstrosity of tho
Six Klag-staQs," generally known in thi Ap
propriation Dill as tho Now I'alaco, has bocn
built from tho first in tho most bungling and
cxtravagaut way : but tho King would have it
so, no matter what his Cabinet Ministers
might advi.e, just as ho would hao Kawmi
kapill built on a plan that.was liko thai of thu
Notro Dame, iu Paris, only in being big mid
in having ttso lowers. And now wo uro told
the King is building norno wooden barracks
lu tho palace yard and that ho is going to live
i in these, rather than in the monstrosity uforo-
' said, which ho is beginning to think may bo as
unsafe ntchitecturally as was St. Louis CoL
, lego, that Ml flat so suddenly and so ignorai
uloaiiy. Another piece of tooliah extravagance is thu
mouoy cquandetcU oa keeping up tho force of
a national army. If there is actually uo legis
lation providing fur the orgauiutiou of a mlli-
tary or naval force, and if the boys who wear
the qttcer toggery supposed to bo infantry or
cavalry uniform, aro not enlisted as soldiers,
but hirtxl as coutract laborers, tho sooner the
force is placed out, the better it will bo for
the country. If tho King must give some
peoplo military or naval cuumiaslous, trn that
lby raiy meet as ofcquil or suitable rank
tho military and lUTfcl officers who come to
this poil efUdiiolulu, that U one thiug'j but
the notion of maintaining a atAtiding army is
' quite anotlier matter. Iluylng citnnoti with
, nuy ill on t( ii9ing)(tliom for ttcfonso (tgninat n
foroiRti ior i an nLetinl ns for Arnlil
I'nslnv lu k tll of Ilritlnh bond liolilcrtt liy
letting loose a murderous mob in tlio atrcots
of Alommlrin. One nliot from n man-of-war
u oil til mnko ttio Now T.tlacc n mass of mini,
( ntul by no forco of nrinn coulil lliollf.wail.Mi
I Ktngtloin jucTciit it. There is nothing that
' disarms tho "cvorlly of justico liko " tho grc.it
rpnioimblencss '' of sinceio rcponlnnco. Tho
defoncclcssucs of woman in her ntircnt
itotoction in nil civilized cotintricH. When
n woman bnitidinhea a homo- whip or u
pistol, sho forfeits tho respect of men of
honor, and ho too hor claim to only
honorable treatment, hot tho lilllo Hawaiian
Kingdom attempt to plaj the bully ntul cocrco
nciiuiescencr, and it will bo tho trontcst mls
tflke, and tho last one, in hrr governmental
ltut thcro is u gr.it ci point jdtubo oon
Biderod than Itho mattora of oxtravngant ox
pendituro and unoIcss militarism. Tho Ha
waiian Kingdom was (oundedfon ii constitu
tional basis. It was not intended to bo mi
instanco of arbitrary or personal rule. Hut
somo needful ,chccks,(nnd balanci'H,seom to
been left out, and in tho Inst session of tho
Hawaiian Legislature it is notorious how thu
members have been brought under tho King's
personal influoiiconfl lioon companions in daily
convivialities. Under this porsnuat influcuco
it has bocn, rather (linn under tho inspiration
and by tho advico of tho Cabinet, that various
measures havo been passed of, to say thu least,
most doubtful expediency. Tho largo amounts
voted fur pensions, or permanent soltlomcnts,
and other appropriations which tho King,
rnlhor than tho heads of various departments,
directs and controls tho cipemlitincH are
instances in point. The Iiiijuot Hill is what
tho King has tried fur sovoral successive ses
sions to lmo cnactod ami, his persistent advo
cacy has at .last secured it, ltut thcto arc
victories that havo proved to bo in reality
most trult defeats. A man raav got tho
mouoy ho deserves by a forged endorsement,
but money to gotten is only tho first fruits of
a sad harvest of troubles and tortures. To
open liquor saloons is bad enough, when tho
liquor is to bo drunk on tho ptomiscs ; but to
allow tie retailing of liquor by tho botllo or
tho gallon is in effect to turn evoiy houso into
a possible rum-hole. As if that woro not bad
onough, tho judiciary must needs bo temper
ed with. Undor tho samo policy of makiug
wanton cxtiavaganco easy and icmoving nil
checks to legalized excesses, tho littlo power
tho Supiemo Court had in securing tho appoint
ment suitablo of pcrsous an district judgos
has been taken from that body. Tho incom
petency and inefficiency of many cf those offi
cials Under tho itnporfeot system of appoint
ment that has prevailed hithorto, will under
tho now system becomo even moro tiotoiiously
offensive and aggravating.
It is woll thatthoso things should bo known
to tho peoplo generally, and that tho present
grave situation of public affairs should bo
carefully cousidctod by thoughtful peoplo.
To what will these things grow? Must cxtra
vagauce and excess go on forovcr unchecked ?
If this is a constitutional government, not a
system of bobs rulo, there, is a public opinion
that will mako itself heard and folt, mid insist
upon prudent economy in finances, rcspousiblo
nd ministration of public afTairs in the interest
of tho public wolfare, not for purposes of per
THE NATURALIZATION ACT.
A xreat deal of misconception nrovailu in
this community rolativo to tho effect of tbo now
Naturalization Act. Tho idea is no less com
mon than it is erroneous that tho rccont Act
will operate as a bar to tho occupation of
Government ofiicorB by many who under tho
old law wero ablo to hold office. Sharing the
common impressiou wo last week publisliod
au editorial upon tho subjoct, which upon
maturor deliberation and investigation wo find
needs some modification. In truth, tho exist
ing Act will in no wiso iutorforo with porsons
who havo legally held offico prior to its enact
ment and approval. No new provi3ort is hero
rnado regulating the question of eligibility to
offico, which is btill governed by Section 1 of
Chapter 8 of tho Session Luwe of 1870, and
which roads as follows: "From and aftor the
passage of this Act overy person of foroign
birth who may be appointed to any office of
profit or cmolumont undor tho govorumont of
this Kingdom, shhll bofure entoring upon tho
duties of his offico, take and subscribe tho oath
of allegiauco iu manner and form prescribed by
Scctious 130 and 431 of tho Civil Codo." It
is tho law of 1670 that makes tho eligibility
of foreigners dependent upon their naturaliza
tion, and wero it not for this law, any person
not a subject of tho Kingdom, would still bo
cligiblo to office.
School teachers aud othors, thorcforc, who
havo been ablo to hold offico horctoforo with
out becoming naturalized, nocd havo uo appre
hensions as to tho cfl'oct of tho law latoly en
acted. It scorns to havo boon tho ruling of Cabinets
since the passage of tho Act of 1670, that it
affected tho eligibility of such ouly an tho
iuciiinbeuts of offices created by law, or for
which appropriations had becu specifically
made, and not such as wore paid liko customs
officors, school teachers and tho like, who re
ceived their pay from a general or incidental
fund, Whotbor, howover. such a ruling bo
correct is a question; aud wo aro inclined to
the bolief that it was erroneous. Hut, if now
this ruling bo revorsod, aud uono but such as
aro naturalized or Hawaiian born, bo allowed
to CM officoa of tho kind alluded to, it will
cortaioly work a hardship to many, Especi
ally will this lie tho case with school-teachers
who luvo como upon invitation from forcigu
lands to serve iu our Government schools,
while their loss aud tho difficulty of replacing
them will net us a material hindrance to the
cause of public education.
Section 133 of tho Civil Code, howevor,
soys: "It shall bo competent for His Mutely
to confer upou any alien resident ubroad, or
temporarily resident in this Kingdom, letter
patent of denization, conferring upou such
ullcn, witbout abjuration of allegluuco, all
the rights, privileges and imtuunilios of a
native" &c, and wecau sou no reasou why
this special prerogative of tho King ahould
not be used where the working of tho new
law should be iu special caj.es adverse to tho
publio interest ur unjustly oppressive to per
sons, uuless the sectioit referred to be In con
flict with the provisions of the now Act. To
our minds there is uo conflict; bat what may
be the ruling of the Court upon the iiot. who
are perhaps butter ablo to judge then te, of
course wo cannot My. Plain reason, however,
would stem to dictate, that 3 the AU iu
question tloals specially with Sections 128 and
120 of the Civil Codo with directions how
these scctinus shall houcofottli bo road, whilo
no mention is iiuulo of any repeal or amend
ment uf others, that these should contlnuo iu
force as licforc.
OUR GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS.
Tho examinations of our public schools havo
recently closod. It is n good tlmo for nil In
terested in this Important department of gov
orumont administration to rcviow tho situa
tion. It wero well if thero could bo somo
ft co comparison of viows. Perhaps hoiiic
suggestions might bo mado that would bo of
advantage to tho educational Interests of tho
country. It is evident that tho I.egislatuio
had btoader Wows of tho requirements of tho
public schools than tho Honid of IMucation.
It is n noteworthy fact (hut nt overy session
tho nppropritiou, asked for by tho lloatd, has
been largoly increased by special appropria
tions, voted with hearty good will. This
year tho amount put nt tho disposal of tho
Hoard is much beyond tho amount askod. It
may bo niggard! menu on tho patt of tho Hoard
that is at fault in this matter rather than ux
trnvagittico on tho patt of tho I.cislnturo.
Certain it is that thu Hawaiians seemed pos
sessed with tho idoa, and rightly too, that
money spent lor education is money woll
Bpcnt. What sort of idci docs tho Hoard luiTo
of tho vnluo of a teacher's services, whun tho
rato of pay thoy ofl'oiis fifty cenlBaud u dollar
n day? This mlsorablo pittance seems to bo
liko putting n premium on ignorance and in
competency. Ono way to got respectable pcr
sous for loaelieiri is to make thu sorvico ono
for which somo honoiablo remuneration is
It is all voiy well to havo u compulsory
system of education, to havo officials whoso
duty it is to sco that overy child in tho com
munity is gotting somo sort of an education.
But ti small por centago of illiteracy, meaning
by this merely that very fow of the population
aro tumble to load and write, is no standatd
of tho educational attainments of a community.
Fewer peoplo, proportionately, may bo found
in tho Hawaiian Islands tinablo to road or
write, than cau bo found in Massachusetts.
Hut if thoy can only read or writo, mid that
most bunglingly, it is no groat credit to tho
Hawaiian Board of Education. Thoro may
bo allowablo diflcicuccs of opinion ns to tho
tlegrco of culturo tho Govorumont can ptopcrly
furnish. But wlio can visit n Hawaiian
school-house, choaply built, scantily furnished,
ill kept, and think that tho Board is doing its
wholo duty by tho wards of tho govornmcut?
And thoro is Btill greater reason for dissatis
faction and disapproval, if thero is any scru
tiny of tho kind of toxt books in use, fow in
number, antiquated in method, aud wrotchcdly
taught. If thero is any dopartmont that calls
for progress and rcfotm it is the provision
mado for public iuatrucliou. Long crc this
thero ought to havo bceu ono or moio indus
trial schools iu successful operation. Pains
should be taken, mouoy freely spent, to estab
lish somo proper methods of training j'oung
Hawaiiaus to useful handicrafts, as woll as to
a smattering of book knowledge, so imperfect,
that littlo desiro is nwakoncd or fostered for
APPOINTMENT OF DISTRICT
The law passed at tho lato session of tho
Legislature amending Section 013 of tho Civil
Codo, relating to tho appoiutmcut of District
Justice!, is ono not in any way calculated to
better tho standing of our local Courts. Tho
law previously required that tho appointments
mado by tho respective Governors should bo
"by and with tho advice of tho Justices of tho
Supremo Court," and yet, oven with this safe
guard, the appointments have, in many in
stances, been very unsatisfactory indeed. Bat
what may bo the effoct of .leaving tho appoint
ments roforred to solely in. tho hands of
Governors or GovorncssoB it would bo difficult
to foretell. Any step, however alight, that is
calculated to weaken tho judiciary must be
I coked upon as ono of serious import; but when
this is donu, us seems to be tho caso hero, for
tho purpose of increasing tho power of persons
who need nothing to recommond them but the
Itoyal favor, thero is still greater causo for
regrot. Undor our Government, as it has been
administered heretofore, it has been impossible
that any but tducattd aud respectuble mou
should have occupied floats upon the Supremo
bench of the country; and shall a Governor
who may lack both tluao requirements be
deemed better fitted than thoy to judge of tho
qualifications of local magistrates ?
Favoritism, as actuating tho conduct of Gov
ernors, has gono u long way in some cases
evon to tho scrcnnhij of criminals; and thero is
a caso tvlicro tho notorious embezzlement of
Government money by a gubernatorial ap
pointeo is still considered an offenco insufficient
to securo oven u removal from offico. And
may wo not naturally contemplate tho liability
of such clemency beiug extended under tho
present law to casos whoro the office concerned
is judicial ? If such laws as tho ono roferrcd
to aro to bo enacted, wheroby the legitimate
sphere tf tho Supremo Court is to bo narrowed,
thorc is no tolling what may como noxt. Tho
way in which this Bill was brought fur ward,
and tho hurriod maunor iu which tho King's
siguaturo to it was'procured, gives to the mo
tive forits production and passage a suspicious
look. Lot us rumember that tho Judges of tho
Supremo Court hold office for life, and aro sub
ject to tho will of no vian; that Govoruors aro
but creaturoa of tho Eoyul pleasure, whoso
tenuro of offico is but their ability to please,
and perhaps we can firld an explanation of tho
fact thut may lo tho initiation of u acheino to
transfer still furthor tho'powcr.of tho highest
tribunal in tho laud. Let us remombor, too,
that a large numberjof District Justices are
biennially returned as Representatives to the
LegUlulure, and that fawrltt arc likely to
oto iu favor of tho source from wheuco their
emoluments aro derived, Doubtless, hereafter,
wo will fiud a judgeship awarded for tho same
en ices, and iu tho same proportion to their
number among tho Keprescutatives, as aro
now tliM offices of Tax Collector and Assessor.
"l'LANTKKb In Jamaica," says an exchange,
"encouraged by tho success of the experiments
at the BoUnical Gardens, Kingston, have in a
measure ceased to devote their whole energies
to the production of sugar. They havo now
begun to introduce cinchona with great profit,
aud they havo lately done much to make va
nilla, cocoa aud other indigenous plunts of com
mercial value. Besides oraugee, bananas,
limes, mangoes and other fruita, grapes are
now grown for expoit."
The Puns has repeatedly advocated the
varisthu of Hawaiian agricultural products.
At present, the cultivation of only two or thrco
staples rccolvcs attention, and yet thcro is
milch land suitable for raising other products,
such ns ramie, cinchona, vanilla, etc , that
could bo made to ylolil large returns. It is to
bo hoped that n portion of tho mpu6y appropri
ated by tho Logislntuio for the encouragement
ofngricultoro will boexponded in tho Introduc
tion of now and dcsirablo plants suitablo to our
climato mn soils, for there aio thousands of
acres tinsultablo for sugar nnd rice, our lead
ing products, that aro now lying idle, and that
could bo utilized with bonolit to thoso inter
ested nnd to tho country at largo.
CHINESE IMMIGRATION AGAIN
Among other inqiorlnnt mc.iatncs that fail
od of legislative enactment by our Hiuvoiinn
representatives wna somo suitablo restriction
on tho inlhix of honloB of Chinese. Tho King
may havo opposed restrictive legislation,
bocaiiBo ho desires to.incroaso.itho population
of the Islands j but to do this, rognidlcss of
mon nnd measures, is ns unwJso.'aB for n ship
master to take foi a. crow any that offer.
Many a ship Hailing in thoso Pacific Boas has
boon cut off by tho gang of pirates that wanted
only a favorable opportunity to ovorpowor
and throw overboard the unsuspecting crow.
It 1 not piobublo that nny Chtuoso adventurer
has brains onough and , forco to carry out any
Btieh piuitlcul ftchemo for gotting unlimited
loot in Biieh a place ns Honolulu, though tho
oxporimont might bo tiled on such a Bopraato
island community as Kuuai. Tlioio tiro othor
ways of getting posscBsion and control of
property and districts bosides firo unit iniirtlei.
Thoso who know how tho Chincso havo ontor
cd Java and othor regioiiB of tho Cast, and
crowded out tho formor occupants, may well
fear to havo tho cxporimont tried hore, and
tho oaBy-going Hawaiinu pushed to tho wall.
Alroady tho persistency and clannisluicss of
tho Chinese havo mado themslvos folt in thoso
Isluuds in moro than ono way for harm. It iu
tho Chinosc storekeepers, that ns tt rulo
pander to tho Hawaiians' appolito for liquor.
It is in theso stores that tho young Hawaiian
girls aro ruined, and tho vitality of the l.ico
ondangcrcd. It is by patiently watching tho
opportuno moment that homesload after homo
stead is passing out of tho ponsosBion of tl.o
Hawaiians into the occupancy of thco shicwd,
calculating Chincso. Fivo hundred moio of
these quiot, gain-laboring Orientals havo been
added to tho population of theso Islamls iu
tho last month without tho slightest precau
tion agaiust possible futuro dangets fiom tho
preponderating numerical majority of theso
biwy, scheming Chinese Docs nny .ono know
how Binall a proportion of theso cBcapo being
drawn into that wide-spread secrot organiza
tion, the " San Fui " or Triad Society, tho
samo secret order that was so largo au clement
iu tho success of tho Chinese Tao Ping rebel
lion? If thero should bo any scrimmage on
theso Islands, is it not evident that tho Ha
waiians, totally without organization! nnd
without discipline, will faro badly at tho
hands of theso Chincso desperadoes, who sot
no value on human life, and do not caio how
soon tho Hawaiians aro driven out from their
homeland lands, and swept off from the f.ico
of tho earth ?
WHO IS RESPONSIBLE?
No man can do as ho pleaaoa, rcgaidlcss of
tho consequences of hia actions. "Whatsoever
a man soweth, that must ho also reap." It
may bo all very . pleasant for a youpg
man to "sow his wild oats," but ho oughL-to
think of tho toaping that ho will havo to do
byo aud byo. Tho Logislaturo havo passed
an Appropriation Hill, calling for au expendi
ture equal to twico tho estimated income.
Dickena has forcibly put tho folly of such
willful running into dobt, when ho makes his
Micawbor say, "Income, 20; Expenses,
X20. 0. Od ; Result, uttor misory. Incomo,
20; Expenses, 100. 0. 6d. Hosnlt, porfect
happiness." How is this country to pay tho
bills so recklessly incurred ? Who is to reap
tho harvost of trouble that will surely spring
up when their indebtedness will have to be
met? There will como up tho question, who
iatohlamo? To borrow monoy is to proiniso
to pay : and when pay-day comes, and tho
monoy that is now throwu away Tor this
whim aud that extravagance, is draggod out
of closed coffers, or wrung from tho horny
hand of poorly remunerated toil, peoplo will
not smile and smirk and think how mighty
Quo U is to havo so much monoy to spend. No,
thoio will bo monoy to pay, and that is a vory
different thing. As tho tax-colloctor comes
around, and shows doubled and trebled tax
bills, thoto will bo grumbling nnd growling,
and questioning, what does all this mean ?
who authorized this expenditure of the poo
pies' mouoy t
Tho theory on which tho presont conatitu
tioual government was established, mado the
eovoreign a 'peruameut ruler, not removable
as tho judges are by impeachment for mal
feasance iu office. In further carrying out
tho scheme of checks and balances on which
tho government waa organized, tho King was
provided with a set of advisors, who wero
presumed to lo responsible for tho policy
adopted by tho government and thu measures
inaugurated by thorn. But it would seem
from the record o'f tho legislative proceedings
of this present session, that tho Ministry
ate not the responsible parties in tho manage
ment of tho affairs of tho nation. Tho
Legislature havo shown by thoir votes their
disregard of tho opinions and wishou of tho
Ministry, Nor has tho Legislature bocn
consistent with itself iu thoir declarations or
their votes. What thoy havo rejected ono
day, thoy havo voted tho noxt. Some occult
Influences would seem to havo been at work
manipulating tho members, upsetting what
woro supposed to lie ministerial measures',
suddenly passlug, or as suddenly withdraw,
ing this bill aud that bill . Who ia responsible
x- ui au i ..... ,
1-adUa and Miullemca tltlllos ban r'unclico tilll
nnd ury dcsirablo l'urnlsheii Jtoorai Cu Mult and bin
Rival No. I7 Montgomery Hi.. Corner Hush Mill.
T. IIONKY, formerly of Honolulu. Vi
Itr t'm Othti'timkitt (ullt tomttAlug mictom
V) to z during tht Jnxtntory tale at Mr JIoxuiclu
Ciuiuuu Kxi-omi'. A. M. iet-iu, l'otl 81
ar LaUlu IVAifr Lavcn Hatii Imn l.&O u; uilt
it told at thi farrrUory ,u. ,1. it. Mtllli 101 fort
UT- fUiku, Aatlm and .illli ulll U told at n
diKtd prkti during thi ntxt thirty daytot .1 .V. iltlllt
lot rort Strut.
W you can jil ttryjtnt Mohair Drtu Goodt at 2
ctr yoid at A, if. iltlW, 101 Vf Strut.
OT l7.n(V yurnlihliij Ooodi uilt U told tt
tlavghttrlnq prtutdmltg tht initsrv talr qfA.M
iltlllt, 101 rorfZl-ut, '
T Gthlt' Halhlnf HvUi, tomtihhg Kfc,ul .t..V
JsfiW.' )0 rt Htrt. ' "" ' ,lr
riM'Axitrt'i. run rn.vr i.nti:H.i, vr-
ronjv which hat been extended to thfliinrir,!ci)ed',
rinderine It necessary ti enlarge his I'rtntlne Depart
mrnt ami mntn t mute apaelnnt quarters. Tie tnnM
respectfully in foi m lliit onhlle of Its chain-,, tn v a
Kaahumanit street, (Kllinrr's old aland, ami more re ,
rcntly occupied by Mr Max Kekart 1 adjoining Ihro '
tt llnit.t ftrtl, it linri tl tD lit II,m .-.-1 1. .-.,... I
- or J
Nows, Hook and .lob Priiiling
W 111 he Mlendrd lo l"nl tli f n II T. nnd In a lyr
of Art Inferior to Joii'
TIIK BINDERY DEPARTiH' I
At the Old btand on Kaalinmsnii llrc t, his llrr'ntly
HeceUed Additions of New Machinery, for Rxpedltlnn
and Perfect Ion of Work.anrtla whollycitrrlrdon byllx
perlrnecd 1'orclsn Wotknun
I'ci-fni'iitlug. Itullitg, I'lik'lnu', .Marlillm,-,
(llblliiir iiiiiirinMiIng llvciiitoil Inn
Milliner liquid (o nny Olllcf
mi I ho ('iMt.
UKlni THOS. O. THRUM.
" NOT 101. !
DK. .1. .M. U'ltlTXnY'fi OKNTAIi
llOOMSwIII bo closed from Tuesday. Auir 15th
until Monday. Hop! list lUI-gt
KL'KXIrillKI) SINOlai: JtOOM
fjitttnt'i. suitable for one or tno liersons. corner of
KIiib and Alapnl streets Knrinlrcon tho premises, or
of flt) inl) J. IJ, WiHf.MAN
DUIilXO .MY AJISKNCK VUOM
thU Klnnilutn Mr OKO, B. IIOWK will act for
tno nnder full puwerof attorney
inn at I, WAV.
EC. JJAICI3, MEROlIAVr'H
a Kxcliunge. lathe only authorized Acnt of the
1'nr.sa In Han Francisco. Tho bAtunDAT rniai can
always be teen on file In Ills offlco 00
BRIG FOR SALE.
jf rmc mill) nimio iiavii ti.Mirn.
3aJ pone extensile repairs, nllli a cood Inventory,
and well fonnd In Halls, ItlrglnK, c.i la noofTrreil for
sale, for particular lnnnireof
81 A. J. KAltTWRIOUT
To Depositors in Bishop & Company's
OXAXDAFTBIl SEPT. J M15XT,
nftcr liUi', the rate of Interest allowed on dipnalts
will ucriuiicrt! tolltof fj ) percent, per onnnm
, ui;. 1st. 18a.'.
I1UI H Ull in
AN IMFORTANT QUESTION.
MULES FOR SALS !
15 Fine Mules For Sale,
To arrive por "Lndy LampBon."
tJT" Apply lo
o. jiituwuit a. co
rpjlli rNJ)i:i.StOXEI) IIAYI"G
X. Iiet-ii uppoluled by tho Hun. A. V.J odd, Chief Jus
tice of the bupremo Court, as administrator of the
cauli; of Opumiinioiia, (u) of Honolulu, Oaliu, deceas
ed. Intestate, therefore all perron Indebted to anld
cetnto arc licrib) notified to make Immediate payment;
and thosu having clnlniK nralusi said alale lu present
the same, duly verltled. I'nrtlcn posesnlii'; any prop
erty of the deceasid must p turn tin- same- lo mo at my
olllce, No Dethcl elrei t V I.. 110I.OKAIIIKI,
Administrator Katntcnf Upiimomoiia
llonol li lu. Halm. July Mth, li. 1U0 1m
ii.tviMi ox Ki:vi:itAi. o',-
slous given the public iiidenccot bin
had lone ctpcrlcncc, Mr. Ifilllislt KONKNCRAN IT.
dcilres to auto that h lias rccelted n excellent testi
monial from 11. IIKIUHIIC,
liindmaatcriif Itoial Ilawnilan Hand.
In addition lu tho rUdcncc I havo hen of myabllity
In Timing. I wish also to ai'iuaint the pnbllc In the
hamo manner of tnv capability In Klvlnc LESSONS IN
VOCAL N0 INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC, after the most ap
proved Luropean inctliods. A lew advanced pupils
will be taken for Instruction,
Address, IStDOIt KObKNcnAXTZ,
'."i 1 lirnni'a fort bt. Storo. or l'almcr'a Drug "-tore.
INVESTMENT & AGENCY CO.,
Mo.viiy i.o..'i:n on i-iitsT-c'i.ANs. ist:
curitics, for lorn; or short periods. Apply to
'V . L. finill.N. Manager u o Urn.
Ofllcc. Queen M..ocrG.W.3lacfarlnno,tCo. 18 tf
10 000 Pianos
fare 1 11 f. Ru
f I 3lni-r(-frB
1 cu rtmeiKQ,
A T THU ANUAi 3n3K'J'I't; OF
t the bTAK MILL Co., held July tflrt. at Hie olllce
of O. Invln Jt Co., tlio followlnc ccutlemen erc re
elected aa ofiicers of the Company to aerie dnrlnc the
VT. It. Castle President,
J. 11. Alhcrton Vlcn rrcildent,
G. Irwin ,....Hec'y and Trcaaunr,
1). lt.Ylda Auditor.
100 3t WM. O. IKWiy. Scc'y.
JNO. FOWLER 6c CO.
La edi, England, art prepared to
FURNISH PLANS AND ESTIMATES
Steel Portable Tramways,
With or without Cars and Locomotive,
Spi'clull)' ndnptetl for Snpir t'UntutioiiR !
ronn'tnont Ilnitwiiju.witU locomutivea ami enm,
Traction Kncincs and Itortd LooomolivcH,
Steam riousuinK and Cultivating Machinery,
l'ortnblo Kufiinca for all purposes.,
Winding Engines for Inclines.
CatHtocues with lllutlrltlon. Models, aud Dioto
crnphe of the above riants and Machinery may be ecen
at the oalcei of the undersigned.
W.L.C! HERN and
O W MAUFAltl.ANKJLtO.,
l AjenH for Jno. fowler A. Co,
Suitable for Planting.
rpi 113 UXD13RSIGX13D flliL UE-
X echo OHDKltS for the above Article until the
l'IRST of UKlTKMDEIt next. Tho said Cocoantits
will bo dilhcrid horo darliiB thu Wlutcr months, when
It will ben proncr time to plant, and the Inttiitlun It,
to brine only tlioto that have tho now (hoot cumins out,
and tlniti prut o them to bo allvo aud rood.
ritICF.(WO tier l.OOO, dollicnd on tho Vet
aldo. (Bli lu) II0LLE8 C
SOMETHING NEW I
J. WILLIAMS & CO.
HAVING I'URCilAbEIMilE -
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY OF MR. M. DICKSON AT
No 1W aud 101 t'ort bt
Mill cuiillnun tho Imslnest at tlio old tUud. Ilv IN
fKUANKU r 'IUriKM and employing riMT.
CI.AMI ARTIkTMrwo shall eudtaiorto ualulaln the
prcttlcn of the old and popular Gallery, and to mtrll a
liberal patronage by falrdralltis and suptrlor Work.
Special Attention Given to Children.
We are prepared to do all Uiidt uf larso M'orV ttvm
Mlmlttnie la Life blie, either In
W utor Colors, Crayon, Imliu Ink, ir
Oil. 1'hotos, Coloreil, aVC, tV'C.
.be ouly Gallery In Honolulu which baa a compute
tollectlon or INI.AMt V1KWN lu addition to ibote
parchjiedof Mr Jliiktort. wo batis th eutlro collrc
Hob of View atrn l'ortralt Nifstltcs mail by Mr.
t'hait, that enabllne us lo oOrr the Krcatrtl tarlcty tu
lv Kow Viewi.
Alto, a aupply of Hawaiian and Booth bee liltnd
cnrlotlllis, Krni,bhllls, 4c.,4c.. Ac.
A dne slock of frames, Mall, and I'aistptrloutt
cuustantly on baud.
A lady will be In Conslaot allrudtn"
OkariM K-eMtU tutA I atU-actiaa
ItT Oht. aa a Cull.
J. Williams Q;
NEW YORK AND HONOLULU DIRECT
MCSSnS. W. H. XnOSSMIN I IRO't..
tho New York AUK NTS of thie
I'OIM Mil MM: will iltipatcli
Tlrsi i.i cssri for (his port the
last of Octobei . ....
f.uIlM HlslilnfjtiK-Mp by tln Mnr. Mill do well to
send their onlrra by the net .Homier to Insure llielr
frrluhl being taKrn
IV freight taken at Lowest Itato
lui Sm 917 ( STf.K A fOOKK, AnfliU
KOIt .sXy KKANOrSCO.
it III VI AiJcrlrnu HrlKantlnn
A ...-.. t
L-K UllNKII ".'
Will havo (Itilok Dinpatch for tho nbovoPorl
J"or frelnhlor passae apply to
101 !. W () inniS A to, Aornf
KOK SAN Vl ANC .SCO. "
OHOWN, SlinK, -
Will havo qulok tllipntch for nbovo port.
8I. 101 l IlllllWIIlt ACO A;ejUt
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE
Cf, l . IIItKtt ti X CO. WIM, UlHl'AI t. II Tin:
& BARK AMY TURNER,
From Huston, Oct. 1'itli. irMulttrivnt
ORDERS SHOLD GO FORWARD EARLY,
1 or filrtlur purllcnlnts, apply lo
C. IIHKWlIlt A, CO,
Oceanic Steam Ship Comp'y
ltj(,itf', STEAMER "SUEZ"
Will Lcnvo .San Fniiu'lsvo for Hono
lulu (ho (ith ilityol'onvli month,
llcturmiig from Honolulu on tho il'-M IA V
nf each month.
ban rrancltcu Agent,, J. D, SritHCKKLH nilOi.,
. . 1K7 .Market Street
Honolulu ARnita, W. 0 IHWIN.tCo. 01 91'J
iii.x. i ,'. ami:ii,
bliamer Mkellkc will leuio lliumlulii encli Tin (day
nt I r. M toucUincal I.ahulun, Mu.il.ma Uay, Mnkcnn,
Mahukonn, KawMbac, L'lt.pnhochounnd 1 1 Uo.
Hetiirnlnt; will toncli nt nil tlie ulioe potts, nrrhliu;
at Honolulu each tiandn) a. u
est C'rvitll ror l'niiic JHonry. -
W poHltlicly refute m open aicoiuils for l'assairee,
aud wo particularly call the attention of thu trntellng
public to llione'-C'slty of Imvhif HuKagn and I'rcleht
mainly mnrkid; the ritciunir ulll not be responsible
for any unmarked ILuxaqc, or for I'rtluhl or I'nrcils,
niitesfi ll'eolilt'l lor.
Freight Money Due on Demand,
lu all enms of fn.-lgM fur lintli not rtspnnslble, or
ittiknonri, the freight money will be r qulreil lu adt anco
I'At.'KAtlKN nM.MlDOIt.S mill rilMM H'H
III! lI,AI.I,l 3l.ltKi:i
Kiirlho parlyuhom they arc for, or plainly etutcd in tho
receipt to whom they an cousiRned
All demands for daraajror lo must be mudo mIIUIii
In no wtiy liable for lus or Occident tulltu stock.
Iff Hack I)r!vcn, Hoys, and such like, will not bo
allowed on board tlio rileaincr on nrrltnl, until after the
passengers lime been lauded.
Ola Wll.DHU A. LO.
A. F1.AKK COOKE,
AUENTl'OKTIir. rOLLOWINU COASTKnH:
WatUola, .ri MaleUt
Waloll. Arjtl Jnltis
Watehu, jMMA WalniHln.
Oen. 8ioKol Kulnn.
LAU-Itcdiillli While null. Onlce CoriH-r of Oiieei.
and Nuuunu fatrCft.
PLANTERS' LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
JAj C, Browor t Co.-Aaentj.gt
Sfct ? Jlcrclianillhc received Nturntro VrticK
aud liberal cash alliances made on ahlpmcuti liyiUls
ue. 7M ly (J IIKEWKlt CO.
IIOI.I.ISI Klfvfc CO'S
Soad Water and Sarsaparilla
Have never been Uiiualltd or Kiccllcd for
l'urlty or Ilxcrllcnrr of 1'laior
Only Pure Fruit tcid,
Pure Fruit Flavor, and
Pure Filtered Water,
ri;isi.N -riii: i'Ki:c.HArnx or
. . . ,T3Crnlt per Duzin
HOLLISTER d. CO.,
.VIIOLE8AM: AM) JtKTAll,
AB MlHAMt; KTaiKKT.
IOE OR-Q -!
Mlt.K. A. 11AUT HAS .JUHT UK
lurned from Han 1'rauclu, and ha, ojieucd an
Ioe Cream Saloon !
JN CONNECTION WITH
Till. .INrtfM liel'saK Jlt.irs Hart lltirt bar
tnoYattd"THCatNI?4li rAMMtlUt," and their
cortittuoileiubllthmeutaars now tbo Finest lu thi,
ly '? IIAHT llllOb, I'roptletota.
PORTABLE OR PKRMAMINT
It A, Ic-art-tl 14 11m to Ur ;w4.
Jutt rectltssl itr ilokr ol AUra,i
from LUrtjsool'' v
HrAjplto W I flj&KK, i
0. W. HACrAELANK Ct,,
71-tr" !sO-tf Aitnls for Juu. Vonltr t Ct
IFllM OIL I
riiMK utiviiK inwu,
M tc., In perfect mJ. Just rssMii fir
M MAKY k SUSAK."
WlXitfti' JKH.IM Cs,